ESL Pro League Season 15: Complete Details

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ESL Pro League Season 15: Results, Schedule, Streams, Format, Other Details

Here is everything about the ESL Pro League Season 15.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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The ESL Pro League Season 15 is scheduled to take place from 9th March to 10th April with a total prize pool of $823,000 USD.
ESL Pro League Season 15 was initially supposed to take place in Malta but is now taking place in a studio LAN setup at Düsseldorf, Germany.
Here is the schedule, results, streams, and other details for the ESL Pro League Season 15.

The ESL Pro League Season 15 is here with some of the biggest CS:GO teams from around the world all set to go up against each other. The tournament will be taking place on LAN, the second such event this year after IEM Katowice 2022.

A total of 24 teams will be fighting for a total prize pool of $823,000 USD which will be split between all the participants. The event will be taking place from 9th March to 10th April, split between two stages - Group Stage and Playoffs.

While it was initially planned that the league would take place in Malta with a live audience, it has now been shifted to a studio environment at Düsseldorf, Germany.

Here are the complete details for the ESL Pro League Season 15, everything from schedule, results, standings, brackets, streams, format, prize pool split, teams, lineups, and all other necessary information.

ESL Pro League Season 15: Complete Details

Teams are prepped and ready to go for the month-long CS:GO tournament ESL Pro League Season 15 which is being played on LAN. Here is everything you need to know about the tournament.

ESL Pro League Season 15: Points Table (Group Stage)

A total of 24 CS:GO teams are participating in ESL Pro League Season 15, 14 of these teams are 'Permanent Partner Teams', while the remaining 10 teams have either received a slot based on their 'ESL World Ranking' or made their way through various qualifiers.

Group A

The 'Group-A' matches have concluded resulting in NIP directly qualifying for the quarterfinals, while Entropiq and Fnatic qualify for the round of 12.

Group B

The 'Group-B' matches have concluded resulting in FURIA Esports directly qualifying for the quarterfinals, while ENCE and FaZe Clan qualify for the round of 12.

Group C

The 'Group-C' matches have concluded resulting in Movistar Riders directly qualifying for the quarterfinals, while Players (Virtus.pro) and Team Liquid qualify for the round of 12.

Group D

The 'Group-D' matches have concluded resulting in NAVI directly qualifying for the quarterfinals, while Heroic and Astralis qualify for the round of 12.

ESL Pro League Season 15 - Groups

ESL Pro League Season 15 - Groups

ESL Pro League Season 15: Schedule and Results (Timezone: IST)

All the 24 teams start out with the Group Stage, but only 12 of them will be making it through to the Playoffs. Here is the complete schedule of the tournament.

Group A - 9th March, Wednesday to 13th March, Sunday

Group B - 16th March, Wednesday to 20th March, Sunday

Group C - 23rd March, Wednesday to 27th March, Sunday

Group D - 30th March, Wednesday to 3rd April, Sunday

ESL Pro League Season 15 - Schedule

ESL Pro League Season 15 - Schedule

Playoffs - 5th April, Tuesdy to 10th April, Sunday

ESL Pro League Season 15: Where to Watch, Streams

The league will be taking place across seven streams in English, Russian, Serbian, Slovenian, French, Vietnamese, and World. Some languages will also have multiple streams runnings. Here are the links to all the streams across the different languages,

English

Russian

World

Primary World Stream: Pro League CS:GO

Serbian

Primary Serbian Stream: TV Arena Esport (Twitch), TV Arena Esport (YT)

Slovenian

Primary Slovenian Stream: TV Arena Esport (Twitch), TV Arena Esport (YT)

French

Primary French Stream: 1PVCS

Vietnamese

Primary Vietnamese Stream: 500 Bros (Nimo)

ESL Pro League Season 15: Prize Pool Distribution

The total prize pool of $823,000 USD will be divided between all the 24 CS:GO teams taking part in the tournament.

ESL Pro League Season 15: EPT Circuit Points

Along with the prize money, all the 24 teams will also be earning ESL Pro Tour (EPT) Circuit Points while the top eight teams will be additionally earning BLAST Premier Circuit Points. Both of which will be divided as follows,

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Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.